Telegraph Hill
Festival

  • Telegraph Hill, SE14
  • March 25th - April 10th, 2022
Telegraph Hill Festival

Telegraph Hill Festival

The Telegraph Hill Festival is planning on returning in 2022 albeit with a reduced set of events and restricted attendances.
It will run from 25th March to 10th April 2022.
Come back again to find the latest information.

 

Telegraph Hill Festival is a two week long festival celebrating local talent that takes place in and around Telegraph Hill in South East London. We promote artists, makers, creators and community groups. We invest in experiences that enrich our community.

We are run on a voluntary, collaborative basis. We operate on not-for-profit principles and are unique in that we are self-funding. This voluntary ethos extends to everyone involved with the Festival, from event organisers to performers.

Telegraph Hill Festival is made possible by the amazing talent, commitment and hard work of all the local artists, performers, groups, organisations and volunteers that get involved, donating their time and talents for free.

We have been going for over twenty years, and are now one of London’s largest independently produced festivals.

Festival events are generated by members of the community.

Festival events are generated by members of the community.

If you want to contribute something, get in touch with us and we can help you make it happen.

We urgently need individuals to take on the roles of Website Manager, Publicity Manager as well as individuals to work as part of our team of Event Directors.  Click on the link below for more information.

Our Supporters

We receive no public funding but are grateful for the support of the following in-kind supporters:

St Catherine’s Church Hatcham

The Telegraph Hill Centre

The Hill Station

Goldsmiths University

Our Partners

We are pleased to work with these local organisations and businesses.

Brockley Brewery

Flock & Herd

Ignition Brewery

Our Gin (Little Bird)

Somerville Youth and Play Provision

Telegraph Hill Playclub

The Hill Bakery & Deli

The Telegraph at the Earl of Derby

Linda's Journey

Hatcham House

Fat Slice